Women in Roman Britain. Interpreting Women in Archaic. Dress and Adornment in Archaic and Classical Greece. Women and Religion in Greece.
Women and Roman Religion. Women in Magna Graecia. Female Portraiture in the Hellenistic Period.
Women and Family in Menander. Gender and Space Public and Private. Female Virtues on Roman.
Women in Late Antique Egypt. Representations of Women in Late Antiquity.
Becoming Christian. Index of Women. Subject Index. Women Outside Athens and Rome.
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